The Joburg Metrobus service has warned passengers to expect disruptions in service on Wednesday afternoon following a march near Gandhi Square in the CBD.
Officials at the city’s bus company said they were expecting disruptions to the service.
“Metrobus is expecting a possible service disruption this afternoon at Gandhi Square.
“Due to an official tip-off from traffic management authority following the march conducted by an unknown group of people at the square,” said the company in a short statement.
It is understood that the disruptions were caused by the EFF firming security and rallying support at its headquarters, after a group of unknown apparent farmers, descended to the offices of the EFF in protest of their leader Julius Malema singing “Kill the Boer”.
The company said it would keep an eye on developments in and around Gandhi Square to ensure the safety of passengers and drivers was not compromised.
Meanwhile, the company said it would continue operating in and around Johannesburg after the Joburg CBD explosion.
It said drivers were observing safety precautions in the city.